Sridevi started her film journey at the age of four with the Tamil movie “Kandan Karunai” and became a prominent leading actress over five decades. Her daughters, Jhanvi and Khushi, have also stepped into the world of cinema, following their mother’s legacy.
Jhanvi Kapoor made a noteworthy entry into Bollywood starring in “Dhadak” and is now all set to debut in Tollywood with “Devara,” showcasing her talent across different film industries. Meanwhile, Khushi Kapoor is gearing up for her debut in Bollywood with “The Archies,” opting for an OTT release.
Despite her first film yet to be released, there are talks about her potential entry into Kollywood. Rumors suggest she might pair opposite Aadharva in a film directed by Akash and produced by Lyca Productions, with Anirudh composing the music.
Jhanvi choosing Telugu cinema and Khushi venturing into Tamil cinema shows their diversity in picking different regional industries. If they captivate the audience with their skills and charm, the Kapoor sisters could indeed make a significant mark in South Indian cinema.